We have outlined a number of resources below from organizations within our community that we partner with, as well as organizations across Canada that offer support in the area of mental health

We have outlined a number of resources below from organizations within our community that we partner with, as well as organizations across Canada that offer support for Indigenous communities, as well as educational resources for non-Indigenous peoples.

Aboriginal Resources for Children and Families, Child Care Resources, Crisis Resources, Family/Parenting Resources, Housing Resources, Mental Health Resources and Women's Shelters/Family Violence Resources.

The SleepRight website was developed by researchers at the University of Alberta and Concordia University College with the goal of helping youth with chronic health conditions get a better night's sleep.

It’s important that parents and caregivers work with children to develop good sleep habits. Without enough sleep, children suffer.

Find activities that give you pleasure and that are good for your mental and physical well-being. Forget about always winning and focus on relaxation, enjoyment, and health. Be good to yourself.

Stress is the body's reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment or response, therefore, stress is a part of all of our daily lives.

Not getting enough sleep can have huge effects on your physical and mental well-being.